It might be an account of the time that I cheated, a litany of everything I have ever been late for, the total amount of money that has been spent paying off exasperated taxi drivers who delivered me drunk and vomiting.
They can post photos of the men, write reviews and list the best and worst things about their character, style and sense of humour.
They argue it’s an example of reverse sexism and non-consensual objectification isn’t acceptable, whatever your gender. • What I'd tell my 16-year-old self about contraception “I set out to create a brand and a platform for women,” she told me.
There has even been a lawsuit against it in Brazil. “The idea came to me when I was a law student in the UK.
I’ve been surprised about how quickly it turns to rudeness.
Ghosting after a few (or a lot of) text messages and never meeting people in person is common.
When I think about how it would feel to be ‘rated’ by an ex on the internet, I start to feel very, very sick. What would happen if someone compiled a public profile documenting this, a dating dossier that I had no control over?
Sure guys can choose to remove themselves from the app (to appear in the first place they either sign-up or are added by a female friend) but just imagine if it was the other way round and men were ‘rating’ women? Over lunch in Covent Garden, lots of girlfriends were talking about their experiences - we’d all just begun to online date - and it occurred to me that women are incredibly good at peer-to-peer sharing.
I thought it would be wonderful if more people could access that information.” Chong assures me that Lulu “comes from a pure place.